Park & Palate Happening At Klyde Warren Park This WeekendPark & Palate -- the annual fundraising event for Klyde Warren Park -- happens this weekend.
Fort Worth Gets A Dog Park And Beer GardenThe new spot, which offers an off-leash dog park that your dog can roam while you eat and drink.
New Global Study Says There's "No Safe Level Of Alcohol"A new report, that looked at data on 28 million people worldwide, warns that the harms of alcohol greatly outweigh any potential beneficial effects.
DA: Teen Driver In Fatal Texas Crash Drank Bottle Of Mad DogProsecutors say a 17-year-old driver drank a whole bottle of wine before splitting his car in two, killing his two other teens.
The World's Wine Industry Is Adapting To Climate ChangeFrom South Africa's drought-stricken vineyards, to France's noble chateaus, to sunny vineyards in Australia and California, growers and winemakers say they are seeing the effects of climate change.
Stephen Colbert & James Comey Talk Trump & Russia Over Pinot NoirFormer FBI director James Comey sat down with Stephen Colbert on "The Late Show" on Tuesday for a wide-ranging interview that touched on President Trump and the Russia investigation.
Couple Gives Teachers Wine With Their Son's Picture For ChristmasSaying their son's teachers deserve more than a coffee mug for Christmas, an Ohio couple decided to give them bottles of wine with the child's picture on the label.
Archeologists Discover Wine From 6000 BCArchaeologists in Georgia uncovered a discovery that shows the earliest evidence of domesticated grapes.
Unique Orange Wine Creating Buzz In Trendy, Sophisticated CirclesLighter than red wines and earthier than white wines, orange wines have created a buzz. And winemakers like how the skin-fermented wines introduce more complex flavors to the bottle.
Cali Wine Country Wildfires May Burn Business For Texas WineriesWildfires burning 1,500 miles away in Northern California could soon impact wineries and vineyards in Texas.
A Cigarette, A Car Backfire: Small Sparks Can Make Big FiresA carelessly discarded cigarette, a downed power line, a car's backfire or a chainsaw's pull. Just about anything could have started any one of the wildfires now tearing through Northern California.
Smoke, Wildfires Damage California's Famed Wine CountryWorkers in Northern California's renowned wine country picked through charred debris and plotted what to do with pricey grapes after wildfires swept through lush vineyards, destroying at least two wineries and damaging many others.